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Linux Magazine #154 - Print Issue

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This month we follow the Hurd and take a close look at highperformance computing.

Cover Stories:

  • Exploring the Hurd: GNU’s forgotten OS is back in the news with a new Debian port.
  • Getting Started with HPC Clusters: We show you how to get your first taste of high-performance computing.
  • The Cloud’s Role in HPC: If you don’t have your own supercomputer, the cloud might be the best option for exploring HPC.

On the DVD: Knoppix 7.2 and Fedora 19

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Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Reality and Glass
  • On the DVD: Knoppix 7.2
  • DVD Inlay
  • News
  • Tech Tools: Intel Announces New Processors and a New Project; Oracle Announces Support for the Azure Cloud; Java Enterprise Edition 7 Released; Wayland 1.2
  • Firefox OS: Will this open source OS shake up the mobile space?
  • Anonymous Browsing: We explore the anonymity features of the Chrome, Epiphany, Firefox, and Konqueror browsers.
  • WebRTC: This new web protocol lets you build video chat into your scripts and homegrown apps.
  • Perl: Test-Driven Development: The Perlmeister looks at agile coding in Perl.
  • Ask Klaus: Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.
  • Charly’s Column – Ntpd: Staying in sync with Network Time Protocol.
  • Risk Analysis: The experts use quantitative techniques to prioritize security problems.
  • Security Lessons – HPC: Authentization options for highperformance environments.
  • Workspace – Croogo and Bolt: Manage your blog or website with these simple CMS tools.
  • Darktable 1.2: A light table and darkroom for your digital RAW images.
  • Command Line – Twidge: Tweet from the terminal with this terrific microblogging tool.
  • CopyQ: This clipboard enhancer puts new meaning in copy and paste.
  • AirPrint in Linux: Print to your Linux-based CUPS printer from an iPhone or iPad.
  • Kernel News: Speeding up security access checks, 32-bit kernels on 64-bit systems, speeding up boot time, and named anonymous memory.
  • Doghouse: Coding Contest maddog champions a contest to improve performance for ARM-related kernel modules.

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